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Our web programming courses will give you the knowledge and confidence to create awesome websites.
With the help of HTML5 coding, you can create content on web pages: you can define what pictures and text you want to appear on your sites. In the introductory course, we’ll show you the basics of HTML5 and we’ll build simple websites with basic content: title, text, pictures, links and tables. In the advanced course, you’ll learn about further HTML5 elements, such as buttons, positioning and canvases used to create graphic visuals.
The Bootstrap framework offers ready-to-use solutions for making websites. You can easily use its grid system to position web elements and it also contains a collection of frequently used web components. It makes the process of creating a website faster and simpler. During the course, you’ll get to know the following: grid system, creating responsive pages, buttons, tables, predefined styles.
You can change the appearance of websites with the help of CSS3 coding. You’ll be modifying the elements you created earlier with the help of HTML5. The intro will get you closer to the basics of CSS3, we’ll be altering what some parts of the website (e.g. title, text, images, links) looks like by playing with their color, size, fonts and alignment. More advanced parts of CSS3, like visibility, positioning related settings, frames, margins and animations will be included in following courses.
With the help of Git, you can save and share your completed codes. The Git course will tell you everything about version control and show you the necessary tools to start building a programming portfolio, so you can upload your programs to GitHub, showcasing your talent and hard work to the world.
How long is the course?
The curriculum consist of 100 hours of learning material and exercises, more than enough to acquire the knowledge for a junior web developer gig. The course is self-paced, if you study 6-8 hours every day it will take 3 months to complete, if you do only one hour daily, you’ll be finished in 16 months.
Do I need any prior programming knowledge?
No, you don’t.
How do I study?
Our course is completely online. You will get easy-to-understand learning materials and fun assignments, and your submissions will be checked by our system. If you need help, you can use our Slack community or your personal mentor depending on your selected plan.
Can I get a job after this program?
Yes. We are in touch with many companies who are looking for junior web developers. They care much more about your skill than the way you’ve acquired them.
But what about a degree? Do I need one for a job?
In our experience, a computer science degree is no longer a requirement for employment.
Will I get some kind of a certificate once I complete the course?
Yes, you will.
Will you really help me land a job after the course? If so, how?
We’ll help you build your professional portfolio, your LinkedIn profile and we’ll train you for the coding interviews. On top of this, we have agreements with several companies who are eager to interview our best students once they have completed the course.
Can I get a certificate of having studied here?
Yes, we’ll gladly issue a certificate of the courses you have completed.
The subscription fee is fixed, right?
Yes, it is. And we have a 60-day money-back guarantee if you’re not satisfied.
Can I learn this if I don’t really have a mathematical mind?
Definitely! Just try it! Programming is no magic! In a week or two, you will be able to decide if it’s for you or not. If it’s not for you after all, we’ll be happy to give you your money back and you can try something else. As they say, there is no harm in trying. 🙂
Are there any other/hidden costs?
Nope, it’s just the subscription fee.
In what ways can I get help?
To reach the CodeBerry community and our mentors, we use a chat program called Slack. You can use it in your browser or on your phone.
Is there a deadline for signing up?
No, you can enroll anytime.
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